RadiusNT calls SQLColumns to get a list of the columns in the Calls
> 0 Accounting Columns Loaded
It looks like something is failing around that call. Its not an
SQL Statement itself, its a driver API function, thats why there isn't
a SQL debug for it. Its either failing, or the function isn't supported
in the ODBC Driver (I'm not sure which).
What RadiusNT does in this case is assume all columns want to be written
out (like the old 1.16 did) to the Calls table.
> SQL Statement: INSERT INTO Calls
> VALUES (sysdate,'18.104.22.168',20000,2,'','','',1,1,2,'',1,0)
Both Username and AcctSessionID *ARE* in the insert? I'm not sure what
you are referring to, when you said they are not inserted?
Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT__________________________________________IEA Software, Inc. www.iea-software.com